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There is much valuable informa
tion in the free booklets offered by
some of our advertisers. The list be
low shows some of the free booklets
or special offers that may be secured
by referring to advertisements in this
issue. Look for them on the pages
indicated. For prompt replies just send
a postal card or letter direct to the
advertiser. Be sure to use the coupon
if one is included in the advertise
Write for a free 20-page brochure
showing sixteen basic plans on
HOMES that can be erected in
only eight hours. P. 21
For smoother trailer-type RAKING
with any tractor, mail coupon for
information. P. 18
Mail coupon for information on these
STEEL BUILDINGS that ore more
economical. P. 16
This COMBINE gives you the power
to produce at the lowest possible
cost, mail coupon for information.
Before you buy your GRAIN LOAD
ER, mail coupon for free literature
and prices. P. 2
For safer, better storage of your
groin, it pays to get the tightest,
strongest GRAIN BIN, write for
free booklet. P. 10
Write for details on the better built
low cost AUGER for general form
use. P. 30
These DEEPWElL TURBINES balance
performance and cost, mail coupon
for free information. P.12
Make your dollars work hard, too,
mail coupon for information on
these FARM IMPLEMENTS. P. 8
Krimps and Rolls Shelled Corn, Oats,
Barley, Rye, Wheat, Milo Maize, etc.
if 3 H. P.
unit shown, 90
to 100 bushels
5 cents ^
So greatly stretches feeding values of grains
that 4 bushels will do the work of 5, declare
users everywhere. 15 sizes, 3/4 to 25 H.P.
Trailer PT0 Drives or Belt Driven.
Write for BIG FREE catalog on mills and mixers,
automation systems, bins, & name of nearest dealer.
Quality Machinery Manufacturers Since 1894
MIDLAND IMPLEMENT CO.
Billings & Great Falls, Mont.
Let us show you ways
to safeguard your estate
Write for FREE BOOK
LET showing possibili
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P. O. Box 843
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To Record Wells
COUNTY CLERKS and Recorders in
each Montana county are being sup
plied with proper forms for recording
water wells. Dr. Edwin G. Koch, Di
rector of the Montana Bureau of Mines
and Geology, Butte, announces.
The recent Montana State Legisla
ture passed Senate bill number 8
which requires that "every person,
firm or corporation who shall drill or
dig, or shall cause to be drilled or
dug, a water well of any type whatso
ever," will file a certain form in trip
licate in the office of the Clerk and
Recorder of the county wherein the
well is located.
This must be done within 60 days
after the completion of the well, and
will constitute a permanent record. In
this manner, the ground-water rights
of the individual or firm will be pro
tected if in the future, critical water
shortages develop in Montana as has
happened in many other parts of the
1956 Wool Payment
Will Be 40 Per Cent
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT of Agri
culture announces that shorn wool pay
ments under the 1956 wool incentive
program will amount to 40 per cent of
the dollar returns each producer re
ceived from the sale of shorn wool dur
ing the 1956 marketing year. This will
result in an incentive payment to pro
ducers of $40 for every $100 received
from the sale of shorn wool.
The USDA also announces that the
payment rate on sales of unshorn lambs
to compensate for the wool on them
will be 71 cents per hundredweight of
live animals sold. This payment is de
signed to discourage unusual shearing
of lambs before marketing.
County Agricultural Stabilization and
Conservation (ASC) offices will begin
making payments soon after July 1.
Applications for payment were filed
with these offices by April 30. The
payments will be made on shorn wool
and lambs marketed only between
April 1, 1956, and March 31, 1957. To
be eligible for payments, the wool must
have been shorn after Jan. 1, 1955, and
lambs must never have been shorn.
Telephone Co-op Gets
Second REA Loan
A LOAN OF $161,000 to the Northern
Telephone Association, Shelby, has been
approved by the Rural Electrification
Administration. This is the second loan
negotiated by the association. It brings
the total to $891,000. These funds have
enabled the cooperative to furnish
new and improved service to 1,055
subscribers in Glacier, Liberty, Pon
dera and Toole counties.
The system will consist of 939 miles
of line and dial exchanges at Devon,
Etheridge, Kevin, Oilmont, Sunburst,
Sweetgrass and Winkler. All of the
exchanges are now in operation.
'bales 1&c Koft
July i_Final date for making applica
tion for "new farm" allotments for
1958 winter wheat crop.
4-H Conservation Camp,
Pines, Valley County.
July 18—Picnic celebrating 50th Anni
versary Central Montana Branch Ex
perimental Station, Moccasin.
July 21-27 — National Farm Safety
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Safely, Economically in a
Blue Bonnet GRAIN BIN
We invite you to compare the construction and convenience features of the
KILBY with ANY other bin on the market. Then compare the prices. You'll
find the KILBY to be a complete new design packed with protective and labor
More 'Farm Features' than any other bin
• Special 16-gauge steel foundation ring. Sets In ground, bolts to bln.
• Heavy, corrugated galvanized steel sidewalls with ail vertical seams double-bolted.
• Easy filling through vent or hinged and latched weather-tight door.
• Ladder for access to vent and hatch door.
• Lead and Neoprene washer on every bolt.
• Steel door boards easily inserted and removed. Bagging chute and auger opening
in door boards.
• Double-bolted door frame, all-welded steel frame.
• 16-gauge steel cowl and platform adds rigidity to roof.
SIZES FROM 1000 BUSHEL CAPACITY AND
FEATURING THE NEW 4400 BU. & 5133 BU. BINS
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GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
Phone GL 2-7905
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July 1, 1957—39
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